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New York City: On Sunday of All Russian Saints, Archbishop Gabriel of Montreal celebrates Liturgy in Synodal Cathedral - 06/29/22

On June 26, the 2nd Sunday after Pentecost, that of All Saints who shone forth in the Russian Land, Archbishop Gabriel of Montreal & Canada celebrate Divine Liturgy in the Synodal Cathedral of the Sign in New York City.


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Jordanville, NY: Holy New Martyrs of Russia Parish in Brooklyn visits Holy Trinity Monastery - 06/29/22

On Saturday the 18th and Sunday the 19th of June, the parish of Holy New Martyrs & Confessors of Russia Church in Brooklyn, NY held a pilgrimage to Holy Trinity Monastery in Jordanville, NY. Archpriests Serge Lukianov (rector) and Petro Kunitsky led the 42 parishioners.


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Jordanville, NY: Metropolitan Hilarion’s 40th Day commemorated in Holy Trinity Monastery - 06/25/22

On Friday, June 24, when the Holy Church honors the Kursk Root Icon of the Mother of God and celebrate the memory of the Holy Apostles Bartholomew and Barnabas, Divine Liturgy was celebrated in Holy Trinity Monastery in Jordanville, NY, and a panihida served for the 40th day of the repose of Metropolitan Hilarion, ever-memorable First Hierarch of the Russian Church Abroad.


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Buena, NJ: Metropolitan Hilarion commemorated in Holy Protection Skete on 40th Day - 06/25/22

On Friday, June 24, when the Holy Church honors the Kursk Root Icon o the Mother of God and celebrate the memory of the Holy Apostles Bartholomew and Barnabas, as well as Venerable Barlaam of Khutyn (the skete’s lesser patronal feast day) Divine Liturgy was celebrated in Holy Protection Skete in Buena, NJ,


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Jerusalem: Bishop Nicholas serves 40th Day Panihida for Metropolitan Hilarion in Holy Ascension Convent - 06/24/22

On Friday, June 24, the summer feast of the Kursk Root Icon of the Mother of God, Bishop Nicholas of Manhattan celebrated Divine Liturgy in the Refectory Church of the Holy Ascension Convent on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem. Following Liturgy,


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Jerusalem: Hierarchal Divine Liturgy in St. Alexander Nevsky Church - 06/23/22

On Thursday, June 23, the feast of Holy Hierarch John (Maximovitch), Metropolitan of Tobolsk, Bishop Theodosius of Seattle celebrated Divine Liturgy in St. Alexander Nevsky Church at the Russian Archæological Excavations in Jerusalem.


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Jerusalem: Pilgrimage of Bishop Nicholas to the Holy Land Continues - 06/23/22

From Sunday the 19th through Tuesday the 21st of June, while accompanying the PaTRAM Male Choir, Bishop Nicholas of Manhattan continued his pilgrimage to the holy sites of Jerusalem and beyond. Joining him was Western American Diocesan vicar Bishop Theodosius of Seattle.


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Salt Lake City, UT: All North American Youth Conference Concludes - 06/22/22

From June 13-19, the All North American Youth Conference was held at the Snowbird Center in Salt Lake City, UT. Readers can acquaint themselves with the opening of the conference and first days of its work here. On Sunday, June 19, the conference concluded with Divine Liturgy in St. George Church in Salt Lake City.


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Jordanville, NY: On Holy Pentecost, Holy Trinity Monastery celebrates Patronal Feast - 06/21/22

The day before Pentecost, Soul Saturday, is appointed as a special commemoration in the Church Typicon for all of the Orthodox reposed. Since Holy Trinity Monastery in Jordanville, NY has a very large cemetery, it has been the custom for many years to celebrate Divine Liturgy on this day in the cemetery’s Chapel of the Dormition,


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Jerusalem: Bishops Theodosius & Nicholas celebrate Divine Liturgy in Holy Ascension Convent - 06/21/22

On Saturday the 18th Sunday the 19th of June, the Sunday of All Saints, Bishop Theodosius of Seattle officiated the All-Night Vigil and celebrated Divine Liturgy in the Church of the Ascension of our Lord in Holy Ascension Convent on the Mount of Olives. S


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New York City: Decree by Synod of Bishops on Humanitarian, Material Aid to Ukrainian Refugees
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Directive to All Diocesan Parish Rectors, Monastery Abbots regarding Liturgical Commemoration
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Registration has begun for St. Seraphim Camp
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Northville, NY: St. George Pathfinders of America "Tsarskoe Selo" Chapter accepting Camp Registrations
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"The Example Made in Silence" ‒ Fr. Daniel Valle remembers Metropolitan Hilarion - 06/02/22

Without a doubt, the praxis of silence is a divine gift that improves man’s spirituality, and even more so in the monastic path.


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Archpriest Andrei Sommer: "Our Youth will Build the Future of Their Parishes" - 06/02/22

Preparations for the All-North American Youth Conference, to be held June 13-19 in the suburbs of Salt Lake City, UT, are nearing completion. Archpriest Andrei Sommer, vice chairman of the Synodal Youth Department, talks about what awaits the participants of this conference.


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"For Us on Earth – a Loss, for the Heavens – a Gain" ‒ On the Death of Metropolitan Hilarion - 05/24/22

Our hearts responded with acute pain to the news that, on May 16 of this year, the day of commemoration of Venerable Theodosius, Abbot of the Kiev Caves, and the eve of the 15th anniversary of the re-establishment of liturgical communion within the Russian Orthodox Church,


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In Memoriam: His Eminence Hilarion, Metropolitan of Eastern America & New York, First Hierarch of the Russian Church Abroad - 05/20/22

On Monday, May 16, the feast of Venerable Theodosius of the Kiev Caves, following a lengthy illness, His Eminence Hilarion, Metropolitan of Eastern America & New York, First Hierarch of the Russian Church Abroad, reposed in the Lord in a New York City hospital.


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"Holy Images en Route": How the Wonderworking Icons traveled during the Pandemic - 04/06/22

The pandemic caused by the malignant virus limited the travels not only of people, but also of the holy icons. Nevertheless, these wonderworking images, given relaxations in travel restrictions and even the slightest opportunity, departed their homebase churches and went off to comfort the faithful, to this end even crossing oceans. The guardians of these holy icons discuss where they went and how, and the particular circumstances they faced:


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